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3 years 9 months ago #1 by publicinterest

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  • My dream seemed to focus around 3 different aspects, all appeared to be unrelated. It started with me being in a medical setting witnessing my father going through an operation (I never actually saw him, or knew the operation he was getting) and I was surgically dressed listening to comments being made about his blood pressure.

    The dream then switches to looking out onto what looked like a misty New York landscape with a voice telling me "we see what we want to see" and the mist started to clear to create images. Again there was a quick change when I left the viewing area of this mist to enter into a snow covered street with some dogs running down an alley with a female, I could see one dog being uncharacteristic and the female coming running over to me and the person who had left the previous area with me saying the dog had rabbies, nothing seemed to come of this.

    The final most disturbing bit was when I appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, I went to my home with some people (I think a female and a male) and my car was in the driveway and I was thinking there must be a letter on the car because I haven't drove it recently and it's blocking other cars in, there was no note. I then tried to open the door (The building appeared to be a block of flats) struggled to get the key in the door but couldn't see in the dark, then I bumped the door and the outside light came on, I was able to then get the door open. At that point 'neighbours' appeared and a female stayed outside talking to those I was with and the male who was a bigger gentleman started to follow me up the stairs, I was asking how he was, he was complaining of chest tightness, I asked how long he had that and he said a good while now (we are walking up the stairs in the dark, I am trying to use a small torch on my keys) I reply to him that we will need to sort that out. I am still in front of the gentleman and notice that my door to my property is open, looking in it's displayed as just walking into the bedroom, there is a bedside table with gloves on it, nothing else is obvious, and as I look I think to myself "not again" thinking I have been broken into (I have had a similar dream about this fairly recently). As I shine the light into the room my arm stretches through the door and the door is pushed closed on me, I feel as if I am about to be attacked and I awake quite disturbed. As I mentioned this last part is similar to a previous dream of being attacked in my property though it felt the same, it is under different situations.

    Any help with this? This is the second type of dream that has wakened me up and made me think/made me incredibly uneasy.

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    3 years 9 months ago #2 by Stella

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  • There are a lot of common dream symbols at play in your dreams (hospital, doctor, cloud (var of fog), can't see, snow, dog, disease (var of rabies, drugs (var of alcohol), car, letter, door, dark, etc.), the definitions of which can be found in the dream dictionary on this website. Would you mind sharing what was going on in your waking life at the time you had the dream? Dreams are generated by what's happened or is happening to us in our waking life. They are symbolic expressions of our feelings about those things.

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